Professor in Translation Studies, SOAS, University of London
Dr Nana Sato-Rossberg is a leading scholar in Translation Studies, with expertise in Japan and East Asia. She is currently Chair of the Centre for Translation Studies of SOAS. She is also an Executive Council member of International Association of Translation and Intercultural Studies and the founder of the East Asian Translation Studies conference series (since 2014). She is author of two monographs and five co-edited books in relation to Japan and East Asian Translation Studies. She has worked extensively on Japanese ethnic minority community and the translation of their cultures. She was PI of the UKRI/AHRC funded Covid-19 project Cultural translation and interpreting of Covid-19 risks among London’s migrant communities.
History of Translation Studies in Japan
Intergeneric translations (manga to film)
Translation of oral narratives or orality
The relationship between translation and power
East Asian Translation Studies
Japan: Myths to Manga at the Young VA is loosely divided into four parts: sky, sea, forest and city. The underlying theme of the exhibition is showcasing how traditions developed in these contexts relate to contemporary...